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Inside I'm Dancing
Reviewed by: DominkiaRead Angus Wolfe Murray's film review of Inside I'm Dancing
From the technical point of view, Inside I'm Dancing is quite all right. The sound and print is good, so you won't have any problems while watching.
How about the bonuses?
They are short and not very moving. Starting with Deleted Scenes, do not expect many; in fact there are three. The most interesting is the alternate ending, which I am not going to tell you about, although I found it quite interesting. Maybe not revolutionary, but who says it should be?
Apart from that, we have "Prison scene" and "Funeral scene". The first is nothing special. The second is very much like the last scene from Lost In Translation. Michael says something that is not translated into proper, understandable English, so we try to figure out what it actually is.
Inside Inside I'm Dancing is a standard form of interview with director, actors and people involved in making the movie at different stages of its production. There is nothing, I think, to distinguish this Behind The Scenes featurette from others, only it's shorter. One interesting aspect is that the actors, as well as the director, are talking in a very natural way, not in Hollywood mode with broad smiles on their faces.
The worst part of the extras package is the Extended "Party" Sequence. It adds absolutely nothing to the plot. Rory's lines sound stupid in places and even his face tells us that there is something wrong with the scene. It doesn't suit the movie at all and it's not even worth watching out of it.
Inside I'm Dancing is a movie that probably does not require additional commentaries, or bonus materials. Maybe that's why you won't find many here.
All in all, after watching the film and tasting its climate, I don't believe you will complain if the extras don't match up. The film's the film and that's what is important.Reviewed on: 17 May 2005